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Arabic teaching in India

A three-week UGC sponsored refresher course in Arabic was organized in Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi from 30 January to 19 February. The eighth Arabic refresher course held so far in JMI, it was attended by 26 teachers of Arabic in colleges and universities around the country.

33 lectures delivered by experts covered a vast array of subjects ranging from an introduction to modern Arabic literature, methods and curricula development of teaching Arabic to non-Arabic speakers, modern Arabic drama, modern Arabic poetry, literary movements of the Arab World, impact of Hispano-Arabic verse on English love poetry, research methodology, the art of translation, teaching of Arabic in India, Islamic literature in India, Contribution of women to Arabic literature, Arabic journalism in Kuwait, etc.

During this extended programme a panel discussion was also organized to identify problems faced by teachers in teaching Arabic in India. The panel comprised Prof. Syed Muhammad Ijtiba Nadwi, Prof. Shafiq Ahmad Khan Nadwi and Prof. Zubair Ahmad Faroooqi. During the discussion the problems faced by the teachers were highlighted and discussed which resulted in identifying the problems and finding their solutions.

A seminar was also held in which participants discussed problems of Arabic teaching in their respective states, non-availability proper training of teachers and lack of Arabic books and resources as well as prospects of Arabic in India.

Course activities also included preparation of research proposals, reviewing an Arabic book and writing seminar papers on given topics in Arabic under the supervision of senior professors.

Course teachers included professors Syed Muhammad Ijtiba Nadwi, Nisar Ahmad Farooqi, Shafiq Ahmad Khan Nadwi, Muhammad Aslam Islahi, Syed Kafeel Ahmad Qasmi, Muhammad Rashid Nadwi, Syed Zia ul Hasan Nadwi, Zubair Ahmad Farooqi, Khalid Al-Razni and MG editor Dr. Zafarul-Islam Khan. Tunisian ambassador Dr. Muhammad Sahbi Basly attended the valedictory session.
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